Eli Fivefortys Wavy – May 2017

Eli has been on the wave pages for years. He has definitely earned the title of Wave King, and is the first West African waver to win this title. Even though it’s harder for him to find wave products, he still put in the work to achieve his goal. Congratulations!

Wavebuilder: How long have you had 360 waves?

Eli Fivefortys Wavy: I always love waves but never had any idea how to get them, it was around 2012 when I decided to google “How to get 360 sporting waves” and that was when I got to know Wavebuilder and other waves pages that really help me a lot to get my waves where they are today.

WB: What is your wavebuilding method? 

EFW: Consistency. I learned what works for me and I stick to it–most of all stay brushing.

WB: What kind of brush do you use, and how many times a day do you brush?

EFW: Getting specially made brushes for waves has been very difficult to get around here, so I’ve been using some random brushes with no names. That has been a very big challenge to me. I brush most in the morning and late night, also I brush every chance I get.

WB: What are your favorite wave products?

EFW: Been using sporting waves pomade and some random moisturizers, that’s the only available ones around here.

WB: Besides building waves, what do you like to do?

EFW: Listening to music

WB: What do girls love about your waves?

EFW: It’s really attracts them to me, they always want to touch my waves and that makes them know how wavy I am lol

WB: Any advice to wavers just starting out with their wave game?

EFW: Be patient, stay consistent. I would also like to advise them to get their own clippers and learn how to cut their hair. That has been a challenge to me because my barbers always cut off my progress. Come to the wave pages and learn more about waving. Stay brushing.

WB: How does it feel to be wave king?

EFW: I feel very happy most especially knowing that I am the first West African Wave King. It a great accomplishment for me, that has been my goal and am happy I did it. Shout out to Nana Tutu Amoako.

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